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NFL: The Bucs striker retired for the second time

Rob Gronkowski, a player for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL, has announced his retirement for the second time.

Rob Gronkowski announces his retirement for the second time (Image: Getty Images)

The 33-year-old – the striker who plays a key role in the siege as well as his catch – posted his decision on his Instagram page.

“When I was asked when I was young what my dream job was, I would always write that I wanted to become a professional American football player. When asked where Tampa was, my answer was. I forgot about the last one until the team approached me two years ago. Thank you for your trust After that, we rebuilt the team together and won the championship together.” Gronkowski wrote on the community page.

Four-time Super Bowl winner, four-time American football player elected to the All-League dream team (Pro) with impressive skill compared to his height of 198cm and weight of 122kg, he scored 1,327 yards and 17 touchdowns out of the 90 catches. 2011.

During his 11-year career, he had to cope with many serious injuries: he entered the league after a spinal hernia, later his forearm was broken twice, he fractured his spine and ruptured his double knee ligaments, after which he hit his back Serious problems. This is partly because he retired once in 2019, but came back a year later for Tampa.

He scored a total of 9,286 yards and 92 TDs in 142 games in the regular season, adding 1,389 yards and 15 TDs in 22 playoff games.

(MTI)